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As I am ever challenging myself, in the fall of 2010 I took up Ballet. Ballet has made the most postive impact on my life; the correlation between dance and horses is astounding. Both disciplines demand strength, balance and coordination, physically, emotionally and mentally. I have incorporated many concepts from ballet into my riding and coaching methods.

I have a great desire to motivate people and horses to be happy and healthy. I love riding and working with horses as they truly are the driving force of continued learning and growth in the pursuit of great horsemanship.

In 2002, I became a Certified Western Level 1 Coach through Equine Canada, and have been actively coaching students of various ages and riding levels since then. I challenge students to become stronger and more definitive riders.

In 2005, at the BC College of Equine Therapy, I became an Equine Sports Therapist. This certification is complimentary to my coaching as I am able to address muscular imbalances, coordination or behavioral issues in horse or rider.

'The Master has no possessions. The more he does for others, the happier he is. The more he gives to others, the wealthier he is'


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